If smart watches are going to really take off, they’ll have to get a lot better-looking first.
Twitter data reveals the cities that set trends and those that follow. And the difference may be in the way air passengers carry information across the country, by-passing the Internet, say network scientists.
A collection of stories that came out of the 2013 event…including our own.
Study suggests how brain technology could one day tap into thoughts.
In focusing on EPA regs aimed at stationary sources of carbon dioxide, the Supreme Court will leave fuel economy standards intact.
The length of the messages we send on Twitter is getting shorter, raising important questions about how the social messaging service is changing the way we communicate, say researchers.
Distorted pieces of text are often used to prevent computers getting unauthorised access to websites. Now a team of computer scientists think they can do better with inkblot tests instead.
The best of the rest from the arXiv preprint server
Porsche’s new part-time electric car could challenge Tesla, which has been outselling the more established automaker.